Sport Saints reportedly will sign veteran running back Terrance West

00:40  14 june  2018
00:40  14 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

Southampton will need to splash the cash to land Felipe Anderson

  Southampton will need to splash the cash to land Felipe Anderson Southampton will be forced to smash their transfer record if they are to sign Felipe Anderson from Lazio this summer, according to Italian reports. On Sunday, the Saints were named as a club chasing the signature of the versatile attacker. Leicester City and West Ham were also cited with interest in Anderson. Fresh claims from Corriere dello Sport, as cited by Calciomercato, on Monday indicate that although Anderson may be allowed to leave Lazio this summer, it will not be for a cheap fee. It’s claimed that Lazio are demanding a colossal sum for Anderson and that they have already knocked back a huge bid worth around £33 million from West Ham. Corriere dello Sport believe Lazio value the Brazilian playmaker at a huge sum worth approximately £43.8m – a price that appears to be well out of Saints’ range. The maximum fee that Southampton have paid for a player in the past is £19m, which was spent on the addition of Guido Carrillo from AS Monaco in January. It seems a move for Anderson is doubtful for Saints, unless Lazio drastically reduce their asking price.

The Philadelphia Eagles hosted free agent running back Terrance West on a visit at the NovaCare Complex today, according to a Adding West would give the Eagles a veteran presence to compete with those young players. Based on recent history, it seems like the Eagles have signed most of the

Saints running back Mark Ingram has been suspended for the first four games of the 2018 season and the team is short on experienced depth behind Alvin Kamara, but they are reportedly not in the Smart move would be to wait until after the first game if you want to sign a veteran for a few games.

The Saints, in need of running back depth, will reportedly sign veteran Terrance West, according to NFL.com.

a baseball player holding a bat: Terrance West © (Getty Images) Terrance West

West rushed for 138 yards and two touchdowns last season with the Ravens, but the 27-year-old back can help the Saints early in the year as Mark Ingram serves a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's PED policy. Last year's rookie sensation, Alvin Kamara, will be the starter.

West is a versatile back who racked up 1,010 yards from scrimmage in 2016, starting 13 games for the Ravens. While he began the 2017 season as the starter, he fell to fourth on the team's depth chart by the end of the year.

Tottenham leading Saints in the race to sign Shaqiri

  Tottenham leading Saints in the race to sign Shaqiri Tottenham are leading Southampton in the race to sign Stoke City playmaker Xherdan Shaqiri, according to a report from Graeme Bailey for The Gambling Times. The Swiss international has recently declared his intention to leave the Potters, alerting a host of Premier League sides to his availability. He also stated he wished to remain in the top-flight, after Stoke were consigned to relegation to the Championship. It is understood that Shaqiri was a target for Mauricio Pochettino in January, and now Spurs could be set to sign the 26-year-old for around £13.5m, which is apparently the valuation of his release clause. Southampton have reportedly been hoping that they could lure Shaqiri to the South Coast, with a reunion with former Stoke boss Mark Hughes potentially tempting prospect. But Saints could be beaten to his signature, with Spurs said to be in pole position in the race for his signature. The South Coast side will be looking to bolster their attack for next season, to try and avoid a repeat of last term’s calamities. So far, they are said to be in the race to sign Lazio winger Felipe Anderson and Quincy Promes from Spartak Moscow.

Second-year backs Isaiah Crowell and Terrance West both played a lot last season, but neither had a strong camp this summer. The Seahawks are reportedly trying to trade Christine Michael. 24 responses to “Browns trying to add veteran running back ”.

Report: Most teams wouldn’t even sign Dez Bryant at the league minimum (102). Permalink 28 Comments Feed for comments Back to top. West was reportedly minding his own business. Yeah right…who believes that?

The Saints also hosted a visit from veteran Jamaal Charles Wednesday, and although he passed his physical, NFL.com reported both sides "decided the situation didn't make sense at this time."

Watford reportedly make bid for West Brom target Josef de Souza .
Watford have reportedly joined the race to sign West Brom target Josef de Souza this summer. The Baggies have long been linked with a move for the Brazilian midfielder and it’s believed that they remain keen to sign the player despite their relegation down to the Championship. Newly-promoted Wolves have also been linked with a swoop for De Souza, whose future at Fenerbahce appears to be unlikely at this stage. West Brom may be keen to add a new central midfielder to the ranks this summer, with Jake Livermore’s future at the club uncertain, but it seems they will be forced to fend off competition from Watford for De Souza’s signature. It’s claimed by Turkish reports, as cited by talkSPORT, that the Hornets have already made the first move for the player by submitting a bid worth just under £8 million. This initial proposal is unlikely to tempt Fenerbahce into a sale, however, with their valuation reportedly set at £10.5m.

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